The master at a glance
|Recognized Title||Academic Master’s Degree|
We are surrounded by a large amount of data to be interpreted, analyzed and represented. Information Design is a growing discipline strongly required by private companies, social enterprises and government agencies to crunch, interpret and visualize data for effective internal communications and public relations.
The Master in Information Design has a multidisciplinary approach that brings together visual design, data analysis and creative coding. Students will develop a skillset and a mindset to understand different cultural, social and economic contexts, translate complex information into engaging visual forms and narratives that are readable by different audiences, to support comprehensive communication strategies.
The program is addressed to candidates who have a first-level degree and/or professional experience in Product Design, Visual and Graphic Design, Media and Web Design, Architecture, Computer Science, Engineering.
The program is also open to candidates who hold a degree or diploma in Communication Science, Psychology, Sociology, or equivalent, if they are motivated by a sound research interest towards the program’s topics and a strong portfolio.
Graduates from the Master in Information Design may seek employment at established firms, such as large corporations, service
companies, design consultancy, as well as NGO’s, government agencies, research institutions, or start their own consulting
business. Graduates can occupy a position in the following fields: Digital Design, Data Visualization and Information Mapping, Visual Design and Branding, Trend Forecasting.